The Spanish stage in the time of Lope de Vega (Google eBook)

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The Hispanic Society of America, 1909 - Performing Arts - 635 pages
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Page 133 - Por cierto, la loa es buena y tiene muchas cosas antiguas de la comedia y de hombres que ha habido en ella de mucha fama. RAMÍREZ Un Navarro, natural de Toledo, se os olvidó, que fue el primero que inventó teatros. RÍOS Y Cosme de Oviedo, aquel autor de Granada tan conocido, que fue el primero que puso carteles.
Page 139 - in the office book of Philip Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, I find a warrant for the payment of £10. to Josias Floridor for himself and the rest of the French players, for a tragedy by them acted before his Majesty in December last. Dated Jan. 8, 1635-6.
Page 208 - Y visto por los de nuestro Consejo fue acordado que debiamos mandar dar esta nuestra Carta para vos en la dicha razon.
Page 76 - All whiche vi playes being chosen owte of many and ffownde to be the best that then were to be had; the same also being often perused and necessarely corrected & amended by all thafforseide officers.
Page 324 - D'avenant K* Consisting of Those which were formerly Printed, and Those which he design'd for the Press: Now Published Out of the Authors Originall Copies. London: Printed by TN for Henry Herringman, at the Sign of the Blew Anchor in the Lower Walk of the New Exchange. 1673.
Page 309 - En el mar estaba una muy lucida nave, con sus velas y jarcias, de tanta grandeza que estaban dentro muchos marineros y pasajeros vestidos de librea.
Page 140 - That, the women's parts in plays have hitherto been acted by men in the habits of women, at which some have taken offence, we do permit, and give leave, for the time to come, that all women's parts be acted by women.
Page 74 - Espinel que nos trajo esta novedad y las cinco cuerdas de la guitarra, con que ya se van olvidando los instrumentos nobles, como las danzas antiguas, con estas acciones gesticulares y movimientos lascivos de las chaconas, en tanta ofensa de la virtud, de la castidad y el decoroso silencio de las damas.
Page 145 - En el Consejo se tiene noticia que en las comedias y representaciones que se recitan en esta ciudad salen mugeres a representar, de que se siguen muchos inconvenientes, tendreys particular cuydado de que mugeres no representen en las dichas comedias, puniendoles las penas que os pareciere, aperciviendoles que haciendo lo contrario se executara en ellas. — de Madrid & cinco de Setienbre de mil e quinientos y noventa y seys anos.
Page 70 - It is well known that the Elizabethan plays generally began with a prologue and ended with a "jig," which has been described as a "dramatic performance in rime, every part of which was sung by the performers, and one which was frequently exhibited on the stage as an afterpiece, as farces are at present.

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